22 June 2012

How to make a chai tea latte



I wanted to share with you my quick and easy way to make a simple chai tea latte, i'm not saying this is a technical way to make a latte but it taste good and i love it. You can make this in about five minutes so it is perfect in this wet, grey british weather. I hope you enjoy my first ever how to make something to do with food/drink, I have lots of wonderful things to share with you.
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  1. Lovely :)
    daniellecurio.blogspot.co.uk
    Danielle x

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  2. mmm lovely! i do enjoy a good chai tea latte. i normally just buy the instant powder but i'm gonna give this method a go xx

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  3. Chai latte is my absolute favourite! I use this method too, but I do the milk with the steamer thingy on the coffee machine. Never tried adding vanilla- will give that a go this weekend. Great post Ella xx

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  4. I'm definitely going to try this Ella, it looks lovely & super pretty in the china teacup! Looking forward to reading more lovely things <3 x x

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  5. Such a lovely little post! May I ask where you found the gorgeous font? x

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  6. I seriously must try this at home, thanks for showing us how to do it - and so beautifully too! x

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  7. That has to be the most impressive cuppa ever :) x

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  8. thanks for sharing this I'm going to try it before bed time.

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  9. Chai tea lattes are my favorite! I got some great Chocolate Chai tea bags, so delicious! I think I'll make one of these in the morning!

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  10. This has to be the prettiest recipe post I've ever seen. Lovely job. And now I'm going to have to make some! thanks for sharing. :)

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  11. I'm going to need to try this, I love chai tea lattes!

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  12. Yum! My favourite!

    Love from South Africa

    http://arumlilea.blogspot.com

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  13. Oh wow I'll have to try this, hopefully it will stop me spending so much in coffee shops

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  14. YOU'VE SAVED MY LIFE ELLA!
    its all I ever get from starbucks all year round so i bought some chai tea tea bags and realised i wasn't the same, but you have just saved me from sadness hahah
    so thank you :)
    xx

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  15. yummy now I think I need one of those whisk to make things frothy.

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  16. You even manage to make making tea look beautiful! x

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  17. mmm... i love chai! what an easy way to make a latte. thank you!

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  18. I have never tried it. Thank you for this post :)xx

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  19. Perfect! I've always wondered how it's made and now I know I can't wait to try, thank you for sharing it so beautifully!
    dimplesdiaries
    x

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  20. Oh, I love you. This is my favourite drink and I always just buy the expensive pre-made stuff. I will definitely try this!
    I didn't realise you were British until I saw the Asda label, lol... I didn't enter LCB's giveaway because I figured you were American and it'd be awkward, lol.

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  21. The font in these pictures is incredibly hard to read! I wish it wasn't because I'd love to follow the directions...

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    1. you can enlarge the picture in a separate window

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  22. Such lovely photos! Thanks for sharing!

    xoxo
    Janee
    www.yellowbirdyellowbeard.blogspot.com

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  23. This is SO so delicious! I tried it this afternoon and am already craving another one!

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  24. AH I love chai lattes, I'm usually terribly lazy and make the sachet ones but now I think I'll be using your recipe. Lovely photos too by the way!

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  25. Mmm yum! I'm going to have to make one soon. Thanks!

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